Reproducing Devil's Ivy

Devil's Ivy is one of the simplest plants to clone. All you need to do is cut the plant with a sharp scissor or knife right above or below a leaf. Take this "cutting" and soak it in water. A couple days to a couple weeks later you will begin to see roots emerging from these Devil's Ivy cuttings. After they reach about 2 or more inches in length it is safe to plant them in soil. You can wait as long as you like to transplant, but just make sure to change the water so it doesn't get stagnant. Bravo you just made yourself a brand new Devil's Ivy plant!

Welcome To The Devil's Ivy

The Devil's Ivy or golden pothos is one of the most popular houseplants out there! It is well know for it's air filtering qualities, and is simply one of the easiest plants to grow almost anywhere in your home or office. The Devil's Ivy can survive in low light conditions like florescent lights, and basements. One thing to note though is that this popular houseplant is in fact poisonous, so keep it away from animals, children or very hungry adults.

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